The bath­rooms

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Noth­ing says ‘bou­tique ho­tel’ like a bath­room with wow fac­tor so Katie brought the glam to this space with floor-to-ceil­ing con­crete tiles, a black, white and grey pal­ette and touch-me tex­ture via pressed tin tiles. She changed the lay­out of the mas­ter bath­room, mak­ing the far end into a wet area for the bath and shower. “It was a way of adding a bath with­out mak­ing it feel jammed in next to a glass shower unit,” she says. “Mak­ing it all one bathing zone means it’s not a big­gie if a few splashes of wa­ter get on the bath from the shower.” Katie knew Lisa and Eden liked a bit of bling so she chose a glam Ital­ian van­ity, com­plete with a gen­uine Swarovski crys­tal for its han­dle. The en­suite also fea­tures pressed tin tiles and a nar­row van­ity to keep things stream­lined.

These ‘pressed tin’-look tiles were sourced from Quan­tum and come in a ran­dom as­sort­ment of five pat­terns to cre­ate a feel­ing of har­mo­nious va­ri­ety.

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